Toronto Outdoor Art Fair Award Winners

 

Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:30am

Here is a link to some images taken at the event and awards ceremony. 

https://ocaduniversity.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/CEAD/EpLGe3mRjgVJrzqkGdE2HOYBNJu7hoZ6GfdRC8UmCmTGqg?e=RvXdeU

 

Student Purchase Award

JUDGED BY: House of IDEA

Elise Conlin (OCAD U ILLU 2019)

*TOAF Career Launcher recipient

 

The Power Plant Emerging Artist Award

JUDGED BY: Joshua Heuman, Curator of Education and Public Programs & Justine Kohleal Assistant Curator of Exhibitions, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

Eugenia Chan (OCAD U MAAD 2019)

*TOAF Career Launcher recipient

The OCAD U community mourns the passing of alumna Martha Robinson last week, at the age of 56. Martha was an accomplished painter, illustrator, and writer whose rural background informed her remarkable investigations of animal life over her career as an artist and scholar. 
Jad Al Rabbaa MRsive
Jad Al Rabbaa (Digital Futures, MDes 2019) Presents his research project, "MRsive" at HCII 2019
Bringing Movement and Timing Into Digital Life
Multitalented illustrator, designer, dancer, animator and instructor talks about her big move into an animation career, via @ucberkeley
Richard Williams, photo courtesy: ITV/Shutterstock
Acclaimed animator Richard Williams passed away at the age of 86 in Bristol, England. Born and raised in Toronto, Williams attended the Ontario College of Art from 1949 to 1953. He later moved to Britain, where he worked to this day.
Floor plate diagram of new Fabrication Studio layout
Read on for all the details on the renovations happening in the Fabrication Studios until December 31, 2019. 
Storytelling Co-design Workshop with ESL high school students - Spring 2019
The Inclusive Design Research Centre (IDRC) at OCAD University has received a $1.2 million grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in open education. The grant will support the IDRC’s Flexible Learning for Open Education (FLOE) project, which pushes the understanding and practice of equitable inclusion within open teaching and learning by providing resources to personalize how students learn and to address barriers to learning. 
Located in Kensington Market, Ignite Gallery is currently recruiting IWSP-eligible Student Monitors for the Fall/Winter term to serve as front-line staff informing visitors about exhibitions and public events, to supervise the gallery, responsible for opening and closing procedures and assist with install takedown and special events programing. 
11 of Revision Path's podcasts were selected for the permanent podcast collection of the Smithsonian’s African American Museum
Thursday, July 18, 2019 - 8:30am

Here is a link to some images taken at the event and awards ceremony. 

https://ocaduniversity.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/CEAD/EpLGe3mRjgVJrzqkGdE2HOYBNJu7hoZ6GfdRC8UmCmTGqg?e=RvXdeU

 

Student Purchase Award

JUDGED BY: House of IDEA

Elise Conlin (OCAD U ILLU 2019)

*TOAF Career Launcher recipient

 

The Power Plant Emerging Artist Award

JUDGED BY: Joshua Heuman, Curator of Education and Public Programs & Justine Kohleal Assistant Curator of Exhibitions, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery

Eugenia Chan (OCAD U MAAD 2019)

*TOAF Career Launcher recipient